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Wilderness Adventures Fly Fishers Guide To NevadaID1241820

by Wilderness Adventures Press

$28.99

Wilderness Adventures Fly Fishers Guide To Nevada - Fly fisher's Guide to Nevada is one of the best selling fly-fishing guides. Includes 300+ pages and over 60 detailed river maps.
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Wilderness Adventures Fly Fishers Guide To Nevada

 

Wilderness Adventures Fly Fishers Guide To Nevada
by Wilderness Adventures Press

$28.99

 

Overview

Wilderness Adventures Fly Fishers Guide To Nevada - Jan Nemec gives all of Nevada's creeks, reservoirs, natural lakes, and full-fledged rivers the complete treatment in the Flyfisher's Guide to Nevada. It is the definitive guide for both the famous and underrated flyfishing opportunities in Nevada. The Truckee River is covered from head to toe like never before, including detailed information on hatches, sections and fish species. Every fishery that holds the legendary Lahontan cutthroat is covered thoroughly, and all the waters, from endless reservoirs to tiny creeks that hold rainbows, browns, brookies, tiger trout, cutbows, bass, walleye and every other species, get the full treatment, including hatch charts, recommended flies, access, seasons, tackle, tactics, etc. Detailed maps show every oxbow, cove, campground, boat launch, and access point. Also included is hub city information, including accommodations, restaurants, fly shops and everything else you'll need to plan your trip. The Flyfisher's Guide to Nevada is THE book to read when planning a trip to the Silver State's most productive fisheries. Detailed maps show every oxbow, cove, campground, boat launch, and access point
Also included is hub city information, including accommodations, restaurants, fly shops and everything else you'll need to plan your trip
The Fly fisher's Guide to Nevada is THE book to read when planning a trip to the Silver State's most productive fisheries

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